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  • Sulfur and carbon isotopes within atmospheric, surface and ground water, snow and ice as indicators of the origin of tabular ground ice in the Russian Arctic
  • Special Issue : Stable isotopes and geochemistry of ground ice
  • Arctic Region ; Coastal environment ; Geochemistry ; Ground ice ; Ice ; Isotope analysis ; Moisture ; Periglacial features ; Russia
  • from snowpacks, atmospheric precipitation, surface waters and glaciers. The scatter in the stable isotope data obtained indicates the heterogeneity of moisture sources for TGI formation. There is a notable difference in the sulfur and carbon isotopic
  • structure between TGI and atmospheric and continental moisture. TGI and its enclosing deposits have a heavier isotopic composition of sulfur and carbon than buried snow and glacial ice. This is considered to be evidence of an essential contribution of marine
  • Isotopic composition and thermal regime of ice wedges in northern Victoria Land, East Antarctica
  • Special Issue : Stable isotopes and geochemistry of ground ice
  • Antarctica ; Deuterium ; Geochemistry ; Ground ice ; Ice wedge ; Isotope analysis ; Oxygen 18 ; Periglacial features ; Sublimation ; Thermal regime ; Victoria Island
  • This paper reports the results of oxygen (andO 18) and hydrogen (andD) isotopic analyses of ice wedges and a five-year monitoring programme on the ice-wedge thermal regime at three sites in northern Victoria Land. The purpose of the study
  • was to characterise isotopically the ice wedges, define the processes leading to the formation of their ice and to determine whether thermal conditions can trigger cracking and hence whether ice wedges are active under present-day climate conditions. The isotopic
  • Isotopic composition of syngenetic ice wedges and palaeoclimatic reconstruction, western Taymyr, Russian Arctic
  • Special Issue : Stable isotopes and geochemistry of ground ice
  • Arctic Region ; Asian part of Russia ; Deuterium ; Geochemistry ; Holocene ; Ice wedge ; Isotope analysis ; Oxygen 18 ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeoclimate ; Pleistocene
  • This paper reports the results of oxygen (andO 18) and hydrogen (andD) isotopic analyses of ice wedges of different generations at 3 sites on the western Taymyr coast. Palaeotemperature reconstruction based on the data shows that winter temperatures
  • Palaeoclimatic information from stable water isotopes of Holocene ice wedges on the Dmitrii Laptev Strait, northeast Siberia, Russia
  • Special Issue : Stable isotopes and geochemistry of ground ice
  • Arctic Region ; Asian part of Russia ; Deuterium ; Geochemistry ; Holocene ; Ice wedge ; Isotope analysis ; Oxygen 18 ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeoclimate ; Permafrost ; Siberia
  • The stable isotopic composition (andO 18, andD, d) of 3 Holocene-age ice wedges at the Dmitrii Laptev Strait was studied at high resolution in order to develop palaeoclimatic records. AMS C 14 ages of organic matter in the ice prove the Late
  • Isotope characterisation of ground ice in northern Canada
  • Special Issue : Stable isotopes and geochemistry of ground ice
  • Arctic Region ; C 14 dating ; Canada ; Cold area ; Geochemistry ; Ground ice ; Ice wedge ; Isotope analysis ; Oxygen 18 ; Permafrost ; Pingo ; Polar region
  • This paper reviews isotopic research on the characterisation and identification of various types of ground ice throughout the Canadian Arctic, including buried glacier ice, massive segregated ice, segregated ice lenses and offshore ice-rich
  • Origin and characteristics of massive ground ice on Herschel Island (western Canadian Arctic) as revealed by stable water isotope and Hydrochemical signatures
  • Special Issue : Stable isotopes and geochemistry of ground ice
  • Arctic Region ; Canada ; Cold area ; Deuterium ; Geochemistry ; Ground ice ; Hydrochemistry ; Inland ice ; Isotope analysis ; Oxygen 18 ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Polar region
  • Herschel Island in the southern Beaufort Sea is a push moraine at the northwestern-most limit of the Laurentide Ice Sheet. Stable water isotope (δ18 O, δD) and hydrochemical studies were applied to two tabular massive ground ice bodies to unravel
  • Investigation of ice-wedge infilling processes using stable oxygen and hydrogen isotopes, crystallography and occluded gases (O2, N2, Ar)
  • Special Issue : Stable isotopes and geochemistry of ground ice
  • Alaska ; Arctic Region ; Canada ; Cold area ; Geochemistry ; Holocene ; Ice wedge ; Isotope analysis ; Micro-organism ; Periglacial features ; Pleistocene ; Yukon
  • of techniques are used, including ice crystallography, the determination of andO 18 (ice) and andD (ice), the molar ratios of occluded gases (and(O2/Ar) and and(N2/Ar)), and the stable isotope composition of O2 (andO 18) and N2 (andN 15) gases. The results
  • Special Issue : Stable isotopes and geochemistry of ground ice
  • Arctic Region ; Canada ; Deuterium ; Geochemistry ; Ground ice ; Isotope analysis ; Oxygen 18 ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost
  • reflecting meteoric precipitation and a negative relation indicative of freezing. In all cases, it is recommended that stable O-H isotope measurements be supported by additional distinguishing tools (i.e. entrapped gases) when attempting to infer subsurface